Tag: guidance

Off-Camera Flash with the OM-D: Part II – The Shoot

In a previous post I described the kit I have acquired to equip me with enough lighting to do some off-camera flash portraits. The good thing about this kit is that it is portable enough to take anywhere and as all the bits are AA battery powered don’t rely on

Five Things You May Not Know Your OM-D Can Do

As you may know if you read this blog much, I’m pretty hooked on micro four thirds in general and the Olympus OM-D in particular. One gripe I do have about the OM-D however is that the user manual sucks! I don’t have a problem that it only comes in

Five Ways of Improving Your Photography

These may be blindingly obvious. The challenge however is not knowing them but doing them. These are five things I am ‘committing’ to, to try and improve my photography. Thought I’d share and would welcome any comments to see what others do that improves their image making skills. Take more

OM-D Studio Shoot Part II

Here are a couple more shots, and corresponding lighting diagrams, from my recent shoot at Tip Top Photography in Birmingham with Jodie. See here for Part I. The first shot is a nice head and shoulders of Jodie. I’ve applied a bit of skin smoothing on this using PortraitProfessional. Here’s

OM-D Studio Shoot Part I

I finally got around to trying out my Olympus OM-D in a studio with the Midlands based model Jodie at Tip Top Photography in the Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham. Although I’ve been dabbling in studio work for a couple of years now I still feel I don’t do enough of

Dear Model … Kindest Regards, Photographer

A response to this post (which provides some very good advice for all photographers by the way). Dear (new’ish) Model, My name is Photographer (sometimes referred to as ‘tog, which I don’t really like and take as a bit of a put down). I would love it if when I

A WordPress.com Website.